For All Things – Final Post of Four Series

I hope you have enjoyed the last three posts featuring our Holiday Catalog stamp set For All Things. And I hope that you have fallen in love with For All Things and the coordinating Color Me Autumn DSP and Washi Tape as I have! This is the last of the series and I have waited until today to share with you my absolute favorite project.



I don’t know what it is about these two beauties … is it the color combination? The creativity it took to see a Fall wreath out of wheat stalks?Both? I dunno. All I know is that they make me happy. And I can’t take the credit. These were designed by Karen Stroik Schroeder who graciously said “yes” when I asked if I could share them here.

Tip: How to Mask
The wheat stalk stamp has a longer stem than shown here. And because I needed to preserve a blank area in the center I created a “mask” with a sticky note. Using our 1-3/8″ circle punch, I punched a sticky note over the sticky area and stuck the circle in the center of the card. Then I stamped the wheat three times each with Mossy Meadow, Blackberry Bliss (stamp off on scratch paper once for a lighter ink color) and Hello Honey around the sticky note circle. That “masked” or kept the center area blank.

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2 thoughts on “For All Things – Final Post of Four Series

    • I LOVE these too. There’s something about the color and composition that draws me in. While I can’t take credit for the design, I still enjoyed making them. But now I don’t want to use them. Ha ha.


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